Jacket 1895 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Afternoon Jacket Augustine Martin & Company 1895 This jacket shows the standard silhouette of 1895 with the sleeves heavily puffed at the top and a form fitted bodice. The subtle color variations and.

Jacket, Evening.  House of Worth  (French, 1858–1956).  Designer: Charles Frederick Worth (French (born England), Bourne 1825–1895 Paris). Date: ca. 1890. Culture: French. Medium: silk, jet, linen. Dimensions: Length at CF: 34 in. (86.4 cm).

Evening jacket House of Worth Designer: Charles Frederick Worth (French (born England), Bourne Paris) Date: ca. 1890 Culture: French Medium: silk, jet, linen What an amazing Steampunk jacket this would make!

A rich chocolate brown velvet jacket, ca. 1894

Jacket Date: ca. 1894 Culture: American Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB: 37 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Mrs.

She is reviewing her winter wardrobe, this would be appropriate for a more ominous mood, a little spangled for emphasis, when only the smallest waist will do///  Jacques Doucet, 1898-1900  Les Arts Décoratifs

Evening Coat worn by Cléo de Mérode Jacques Doucet, Les Arts Décoratifs I'm nowhere near slender enough to pull of this particular silhouette but the jacket makes a lovely piece of inspiration!

Wool tweed day dress with silk crepe and silk velvet decoration, 1894-95. The huge sleeves, ruffled bodice front, and wide skirt create an optical illusion, making the waist seem extra tiny. While this waist is quite small (21 1/2 inches) it is not out of proportion for the petite woman (about 5 feet) who wore it.

Another dress for Elizabeth, courtesy of Fashioning the New Woman:

Sweater 1895 American (probably). Wool. This very early sportswear sweater combines the aesthetics of fashionable dress through its large gigot sleeves and overall silhouette with the informal sportiness inherent in any knit fabric. Casual wear, such as this, is rare in museum collections because of the nature of its use and the intrinsic value people placed on more formal attire. | THE MET

Wool Sweater ca, 1895 American (probably) This very early sportswear sweater combines the aesthetics of fashionable dress through its large gigot sleeves and overall silhouette with the informal sportiness inherent in any knit fabric.

Бархат и дамская мода 19-20 века - Ярмарка Мастеров - ручная работа, handmade

Afternoon jacket House of Worth (French, Designer: Attributed to Charles Frederick Worth (French (born England), Bourne Paris) Designer: Attributed to Jean-Philippe Worth (French, Date: 1895 Culture: French Medium: silk, beads

Two-pieced dress, possibly British, ca. 1895-1900, in dark blue silk rep. Bodice with high collar, leg o' mutton sleeves, wide lapels of blue moiré and inset of beige silk twill. Comes to a point front and back, lined with cotton, and closes with hooks & eyes. Raised skirt with pocket in right seam. Belt in dark blue velvet. Mode Museum, Antwerp

Gigot (leg-of-mutton sleeves) - sleeves that are full at the shoulder, gradually decreasing in size to the wrist where they ended in a fitted cuff.

Silk pingat promenade dress 1888. Stunning!

Promenade dress Emile Pingat (French, active Date: ca. 1888 Culture: French Medium: Silk, metallic Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Victorian Fashion Facts Unveiled Craze for Hoop Skirts and Bustles

Victorian Fashion Facts Unveiled Craze for Hoop Skirts and Bustles

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